I’m glad to announce the winner of Deborah Raney’s SILVER BELLS…. (Drum roll please)… Tammy Cuevas. I forwarded your email to Deborah and she’ll be in touch with you.
Welcome back to my Christmas Reads series. So far, we’ve had a lot of fun, and there’s so much more on the way. So stay tuned to this blog.
First we learned, in part 1, of people’s different Christmas traditions. Some of these brought way back to my childhood. What great memories! It really warmed my heart.
In part 2, people shared their favourite Christmas songs. Some of them I haven’t heard in such a long time. They were good little memory joggers.
Now we’re moving to part 3, and we have another wonderful writer and her Christmas read. And of course, another question for you. For a chance to win, read on, and answer the following question: What’s at the very top of your Christmas wish list this year?
Today, I have the privilege of sharing with you a novel by Darlene Franklin, An Apple for Christmas. It’s from the Christmas Traditions Series.
First, a little about the author:
Darlene Franklin’s greatest claim to fame is that she writes full-time from a nursing home. She lives in Oklahoma, near her son and his family, and continues her interests in playing the piano and singing, books, good fellowship, and reality TV in addition to writing. She is an active member of Oklahoma City Christian Fiction Writers, American Christian Fiction Writers, and the Christian Authors Network. She has written over thirty books and has written more than 250 devotionals. Her historical fiction ranges from the Revolutionary War to World War II, from Colorado to Vermont. You can find Darlene online elsewhere at https://www.facebook.com/Poet.Darlene.Franklin
About An Apple For Christmas:
Ruby Nelson trades her job in the laboratory for teaching in a small girls’ school in Vermont. Twin sisters challenge her position—and their father captivates her imagination. Will the orchard grower graft Ruby onto his heart?
Good luck, everybody. We’ll select a name at random on Friday for a copy of this eBook, and we’ll feature another great read. Until then, be blessed.